By Jerry Del Priore
Mitch Regan has been one of the best arms for the Brooklyn Cyclones so far this season.
Ragan, 22, has posted a 2-2 record with a 2.32 ERA in 31 innings in 13 tilts (three game starts), with the opposition hitting just .202 against him this season.
Additionally, the New York Mets’ 15th round pick in the 2019 MLB June Amauter Draft has struck out 25 batters to permitting just two walks thus far this year.
As a result, Regan’s impressive numbers earned him a trip to the 2019 New York-Penn League (NYPL) All-Star game at Richmond County Ballpark in St. Geroge. There, the Creighton University product pitched for the Blue Team, tossing a scoreless inning of relief during the week.
“He’s been doing the job all year round,” Cyclones manager and the skipper of the Blue Team at the All-Star Game Edgardo Alfonzo said of his reliable pitcher after the contest. “You put him in as a starter, he’s been doing the job. You put him in as a reliever, he does the job. So, pitching-wise, he’s confident and very aggressive. I like what I see from him.”